Municipalities are preparing to receive IS terrorists with housing and grants

26 October 2016

EFD Senior Fellow Magnus Norell is mentioned by the Swedish magazine Samtiden on the controversial decision some Swedish cities have taken to rehabilitate former Isis fighters and other extremists by providing them with housing, employment, education and financial support.

According to Norell, Islamist terrorism should not be lumped together with other extremist groups. There are major differences in both its causes and treatment. He also warns that if no punishment will be imposed, it will be an incentive for terrorists to continue to travel to fight for the Caliphate.

This article is in Swedish and can be read here.